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Other titlesHuman factors in computing systems and graphics interface, CHI ... conference proceedings, Common Ground, SIGCHI bulletin., CHI 1987., Computer and Human Interaction., GI 1987., Graphics Interface 1987.
ContributionsCarroll, John M., 1950-, Tanner, Peter, Association for Computing Machinery, Canadian Man-Computer Communications Society, Human Factors Society, SIGCHI (Group : U.S.), SIGGRAPH
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LC ClassificationsQA76.9.H85 C44a
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